Every picture is a recipe. In the digital world, notebooks are still essential. But there is a wonderful synergy going on. Writing down notes is often faster, smoother and cleaner. Trying to type quickly on a phone or tablet sucks. Once one person writes down a recipe everyone can take a picture. Actually, one person can take a picture of the notebook and the picture can forwarded.
What happens to all those pictures of recipes? Where do they go? How do we sort them and organize them? These were issues that troubled us in the kitchen. And this is my favorite feature of Kitchen Scratchpad. A picture can be attached to a recipe or a note. The picture can be of a notebook. The recipe can be that simple. And at a later date, it can be transcribed into a proper, clean recipe. Using the split view of photograph and recipe template nothing is lost.
The recipe can grow with your time. It is not easy to organize in a fast, rapid moving environment. But information can be collected and easily sorted once out of the fray. And of course, once the recipe exists it is easily shared via email or with others already using Kitchen Scratchpad.